Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem
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After a visit to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem you'll soon understand why this pub has survived the centuries to become a treasure of Nottingham past and present. As England's oldest inn, the pub is nestled beneath the cliff on which Nottingham's historic castle stands, and was once a well-known pit…
An ancient pub built into stone caves with a charming, wonky interior and resident ghosts, plus food. Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem is ranked as one of the best pubs to visit.
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, built in 1189, is England’s oldest surviving inn, just ask our resident ghosts. We were aptly christened when King Richard the Lionheart and his men congregated here before embarking on the Crusades in Jerusalem
This pub claims to be the oldest in England. It has a boat hung on the ceiling said to be haunted and those who touch it....
The oldest inn in England. Lots of history including caves and a cursed gallion.
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Heimafólk mælir einnig með
“Pub. Very old-some claim it to be older than the Olde Trip. Interior isn't as impressive as Olde Trip but having no less than three separate bars it's a step back in time”
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“Situated in the heart of Nottingham, the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall are two of the UK’s most vibrant and thriving touring venues, leading the way for arts and entertainment in the East Midlands region. Across both venues, they create and receive the highest quality performances chosen especially for you, including internationally renowned orchestras, contemporary dance, opera and touring drama alongside West End musicals, family shows, stand-up comedy, orchestral music and rock & pop gigs. Rooted firmly in the community, they aim to entertain, inspire and create unforgettable experiences for everyone and place accessibility at the heart of everything they do. With a wide range of workshops and education projects involving the local community, there really is something here for everyone. Royal Concert Hall - Built in 1982 on the site of the old Empire Theatre, the Royal Concert Hall is highly regarded for its superb visual and acoustic design. Since then, the roll call of famous names to have performed on its stage ranges from world-renowned classical soloists and conductors, to a who’s who of the world’s biggest rock stars, pop bands and stand-up comedians. The unique acoustics of the 2,257-seat auditorium provide a warmth and clarity of sound much admired by orchestras and performers from across the globe. Theatre Royal - Brimming with history, the Theatre Royal is not only a city centre landmark but also one of the most beautiful Victorian theatres in Britain. Built in 1865 and later transformed in 1897 by renowned architect Frank Matcham, the theatre is considered to be one of the most spectacular surviving examples of Matcham’s work. In 1978, the Theatre Royal re-opened following a £5million refurbishment, whilst today the timeless beauty of the 1,107-seat auditorium remains a vital and much-cherished part of our community.”
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“Market square is the centre of Nottingham city and often the site of markets, temporary exhibitions and pop up events. ”
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“Really good French bistro cooking. In the evenings you need to book ahead as it is very popular. Does really good lunch time set menu's that are great value.”
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